Il concept Modular Workstation Computer is a hardware solution completely focused on do-it-yourself customization.
A truly advanced modular PC, yet with a simple and familiar flavor. A solution designed for users who are looking for a way to keep their technology products longer, simply by updating them only when needed. It is not, at least it should never be necessary to change a product every few months. If anything, update it as you do with software, changing only what needs to be changed, and reusing what is good.
Modular PC: there's room behind
The modular PC designed by the German designer Philipp Seißler interprets the needs of users and leads them in a specific direction. On the back. Apart from the joke, I mean physically: the components that we are used to seeing inside a case will find space OUTSIDE the modular pc. To be precise, behind a display.
A "gimmick" that allows modular PC users to easily replace components when they require more power (remove a ram, add or add more), or if they break: no technical limitations, no need to unscrew panels and start tinkering with wires and motherboards.
A change of perspective
The Seißler modular PC is more than just a concept. It has an almost "didactic" value. It makes us understand how future industrial design can increasingly help us introduce new habits. Such a modular solution, for example, encourages users to simply perform minor updates and fixes instead of having to completely replace their equipment.
Greater sustainability? Of course, because it avoids unnecessary substitutions. Less waste? Safe, because it avoids the complex rounds that a product, especially IT, must make at the end of its life. Does it fight the scourge of planned obsolescence? Yes, at least in part. Because, if nothing else, single parts will "age", and not everything. In short, the modular PC can be really good.